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$100 Question Characters At the beginning of the play, he was

Thane of Glamis $100 Answer Characters Macbeth

Return $200 Question Characters The two characters

who immediately flee after the death of King Duncan $200 Answer Characters

Malcolm and Donalbain Return

$300 Question Characters Believes water can assuage Macbeths guilt after the killing

of King Duncan $300 Answer Characters Lady Macbeth

Return $400 Question Characters Haunts Macbeth after

his murder $400 Answer Characters Banquo

Return $500 Question Characters Leads the crusade

against Macbeth $500 Answer Characters Macduff

Return $100 Question Plot Describe the setting of Macbeth in the very first

scene. How does Shakespeare set the tone? $100 Answer Topic 2

Set in a dark forest with witches and spells. Lets audience know it will be a dark play. Return

$200 Question Plot What are the first two prophesies given by the witches?

$200 Answer Plot That Macbeth will become Thane of Cawdor and that

Banquos sons will inherit the throne. Return $300 Question Plot

How do Lady Macbeth and Macbeth respond to King Duncans murder?

$300 Answer Plot Lady Macbeth feigns ignorance and acts aghast that such an act could have taken place in her house. Macbeth says that he is outraged and was so angry that he killed the kings

guards. Return $400 Question Plot

How does Macbeth convince the murderers to kill Banquo? $400 Answer Plot

He tells them that Banquo is responsible for their difficult lives and that they would be cowards if they did not take action (compares them to a woman).

Return $500 Question Plot Name four visions the

witches show Macbeth in Act IV and explain each. $500 Answer Plot 1) Armed head beware of Macduff

2) Bloody child no man of woman born will harm Macbeth 3) Crowned child holding a tree Birnam Wood to Dunsinane Hill 4) Line of 8 kings with a mirror and Banquos ghost Banquos heirs

Return $100 Question QQ1 Identify speaker and context: Boil, boil, toil, and trouble,

fire burn and cauldron bubble. $100 Answer QQ1 The three witches causing mischief for Macbeth. Speak

in rhyme. Return $200 Question QQ1 But screw your courage to the

sticking place, and well not fail. $200 Answer QQ1 Lady Macbeth trying to convince Macbeth to kill

Duncan. Shows that she is in charge of Macbeth. Return $300 Question QQ1

Stars, hide your fires; Let not light see my black and dark desires. $300 Answer QQ1 Macbeth as he begins to

consider killing King Duncan. He does not want to reveal his evil thoughts. Return

$400 Question QQ1 Out, out, brief candle! / Lifes but a walking shadow, a poor player / That struts and frets his hour upon the stage / And then is heard no more. It is a tale / Told by an idiot, full of

sound and fury, / Signifying nothing. $400 Answer QQ1 Macbeth upon learning that Lady Macbeth has killed herself. Reveals that he is not

upset, but just sees it as an eventuality. He is detached from emotion at this point. Return

$500 Question QQ1 But signs of nobleness, like stars, shall shine / On all deservers. $500 Answer QQ1

King Duncan upon hearing that Macbeth has defeated the traitor, former Thane of Cawdor. Return

$100 Question QQ2 Is this a dagger which I see before me, / The handle toward my hand? Come, let me clutch thee: / I have thee not, and yet I see

thee still. $100 Answer QQ2 Macbeth hallucinates after he plans to kill King Duncan. It represents a moment in time

when he doubts himself and the plan, but Lady Macbeth convinces him to do it. Return

$200 Question QQ2 Out, damned spot! Out, I say! One: two: why, / then tis time to dot. Hell is murky! $200 Answer QQ2

Lady Macbeth sleepwalking, she reveals that she was part of the murder plot and has now lost her mind she thinks she sees blood on her hands.

Return $300 Question QQ2 But tis strange. / And oftentimes, to win us to our harm, / The instruments of

darkness tell us truths, / Win us with honest trifles, to betrays / In deepest consequence. $300 Answer QQ2 Banquo he doubts the

trustworthiness of the witches Return $400 Question QQ2 Lets not consort with them. / To

show an unfelt sorrow is an office / Which the false man does easy. $400 Answer QQ2 Malcolm this is part of his

justification for running away. He is afraid of being killed himself and doesnt trust the others. Return

$500 Question QQ2 O gentle lady, / Tis not for you to hear what I can speak: / The repetition, in a womans ear, / Would murder as it fell.

$500 Answer QQ2 Macduff he says this to protect his wife from the horrors of all of the murdering.

$100 Question Lit Terms What is foreshadowing? Return $100 Answer Lit Terms

A hint given by the author of things to come. Return $200 Question Lit Terms

What is the difference between an aside and a soliloquy? $200 Answer Lit Terms An aside breaks the stage the character speaks directly to the

audience and reminds them they are in a play. A soliloquy is a long speech given by the character which gives the audience a peek at his/her inside thoughts and emotions.

Return $300 Question Lit Terms How many acts are there in a Shakespearean play and how is each one used?

$300 Answer Lit Terms Act I-II: setting & exposition, rising action Act III: climax Act IV-V: falling action,

resolution Return $400 Question Lit Terms What are acts and scenes and

how are they used? $400 Answer Lit Terms Scenes are used to change location. Acts are used to advance time.

Return $500 Question Lit Terms What are the four characteristics of a Shakespearean tragic

hero? $500 Answer Lit Terms 1. Hero is born of noble birth or $ 2. Hero has a tragic flaw 3. Tragic flaw brings about his

downfall 4. Hero comes to terms with his flaw Return $100 Question

Biography In what century did Shakespeare write most of his plays? $100 Answer Biography 17th century (early 1600s)

Return $200 Question Biography Shakespeare is also well-known

for his poetry. What type of poetry is he most well-known for? $200 Answer Biography Sonnets

Return $300 Question Biography What was the name of

Shakespeares wife? $300 Answer Biography Anne Hathaway Return

$400 Question Biography What was the name of the famous theatre where many of Shakespeares plays were first

performed? $400 Answer Biography The Globe Theatre Return

$500 Question Biography What was the name of the company of actors who first performed Shakespeares

plays? $500 Answer Biography Lord Chamberlains Men or The Kings Men

Return Final Jeopardy Topic Shakespearean Prose

Final Jeopardy Question What is the name of the poetic rhythm behind Shakespeares lines? What does that mean? Give an example to illustrate how it works.

Final Jeopardy Answer Iambic Pentameter Answers will vary, but must illustrate 10 syllables in an unstressed, stressed pattern.

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